"Tetraphobia" evolved from a cancelled album and presents an antidote to "Quinta
Colonna" in that it is tension ridden, dissonant and gloomy.In fact, it's the darkest and unsettling album ever released by Synflict, but at the same time, it is no melancholic black mess in candlelight, but consists of precision cuts determined by cold rationality. Life as a concrete desert of high rise buildings reaching out to a bleak metallic sky. Deep, windy gorges scarcely touched by sunlight and providing little shelter.
With "Tetraphobia", Synflict continues to define the darker realms of electroacoustic, acousmatic or whatever experimental, determined by calculations and algorithms, randomness and intent.
There are no plans for compromising, making the work accessible with a view on popularity and lukewarm handshakes, because the music's only point is to satisfy the author's quest for a certain sound. If others happen to like it that is fine, but has little influence of the direction the music is going to take in the future.
Release Date: January 18, 2016
Total running time: 1h / 7m / 17s
Format: MP3 [320 Kbps]
License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0